Amazon Prime Video is launching globally for Xbox One, and you can also get it in the new Xbox One X when it hits stores on November 7. Netflix is the only streaming service available globally, covering almost every country in the world. Amazon Prime videos are stepping into the arena, expanding to more than 200 countries and territories across the world.
With the launch of Amazon Prime Video to Xbox One, Amazon continues that expansion on to video game platforms. Xbox One X has many more capabilities than just 4K gaming. You can play UHD Blu-rays, and the console can stream media from your provider of choice in 4K, including Amazon Prime Video.
Amazon Prime Video is popular in countries like Australia, Canada, and even Bhutan and Uzbekistan. Customers can enjoy popular new original series like the superhero comedy The Tick, and the most-watched Prime Video series worldwide The Grand Tour—from Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May. They can also view award-winning Amazon original series like The Man in the High Castle, Transparent, Mozart in the Jungle, American Gods, Sneaky Pete, along with popular Hollywood movies and TV shows. For the better experience, Prime Video offers titles in 4K UHD, meaning customers can enjoy their favorite movies or series with unique picture clarity, wherein details are sharper and have smoother lines.
Customers in Australia and New Zealand can sign up at a discounted rate for the first six months at $2.99/£2.99 per month, which will jump to $5.99/£5.99 after the intro period. Brazilians can sign up for $7.90 per-month.
Customers can sign-up for Prime Video membership at PrimeVideo.com to stream on Xbox One. Membership allows you to download all movies and TV shows, so you can watch them offline on your mobile devices at anytime and anywhere. Existing Amazon Prime members can start watching today at no additional cost to their Prime memberships.